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2018 PENNSYLVANIA BROWNFIELDS CONFERENCE

DATE AND TIME

  • October 1—3, 2018
  • Sands Bethlehem
    Lehigh Valley, PA
Sands Bethlehem

Creating Community Assets: Working with What You Have

This year’s conference is being held on October 1-3, 2018 at the Sands Bethlehem in Lehigh Valley and the theme is "Creating Community Assets: Working with What You Have". The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection hosts the conference in partnership with the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania.

Registration and program information coming soon.

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PENNSYLVANIA DOWNTOWN CENTER'S (PDC) PREMIER REVITALIZATION CONFERENCE

  • June 3—6, 2018
  • West Chester, PA
PDC PREMIER REVITALIZATION CONFERENCE

This conference provides attendees with a wide array of educational programming, with sessions that cover revitalization fundamentals, subject-specific strategies, and leadership skills necessary to advance local program efforts.

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A SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT EVENT

  • JUNE 19, 2018
  • AT THE NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

POWERING UP LANDFILLS, GREYFIELDS & BROWNFIELDS AS BRIGHTFIELDS

BrownfieldListings.com (BL), the groundbreaking redevelopment marketplace and project platform, is pleased to support the upcoming Solar Market Mixer and solar energy development event that will take place on the campus of the New Jersey Institute of Technology in downtown Newark, New Jersey on June 19, 2018. Two tracks of educational programming in the morning, an engaging group lunch and an afternoon full of networking with on-site technical assistance will make for an illuminating and constructive day.

While the focus is on greyfields, brownfields, landfills and other marginal lands one acre in size or larger, any landowner or property manager may attend and participate in the afternoon’s Solar Market Mixer connecting solar developers with potential solar sites in a series of short, timed face-to-face meetings.

All private landowners and communities working on the solar potential of any kind of site anywhere in the U.S. are encouraged to attend--particularly sites 1/2 acre or larger. This event offers the rare chance to sit face-to-face with multiple solar developers for direct feedback.

Organized by the New Jersey Institute of Innovation in collaboration with the Center for Creative Land Recycling, this brightfield development event will also host U.S. EPA Technical Assistance to Brownfield (TAB) experts, including the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and Kansas State University, who will be available to field questions and provide guidance to attendees about brownfields, land use, RFP/Q’s, grants, regulations and other technical issues.

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Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council

Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council

INTERNET-BASED TRAINING (See Full Schedule here)

June 19 (Tuesday) 1pm - 3:15pm EASTERN
Geospatial Analysis for Optimization at Environmental Sites
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July 19 (Thursday) 1pm - 3:15pm EASTERN
Remediation Management of Complex Sites
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August 14 (Tuesday) 1pm - 3:15pm EASTERN
Long-term Contaminant Management Using Institutional Controls

August 16 (Thursday) 1pm - 3:15pm EASTERN
Bioavailability of Contaminants in Soil: Considerations for Human Health
Risk Assessment

  • If you have questions after completing the on-line registration, call us at (402) 201-2419 or send an e-mail to training@itrcweb.org
  • Note: Course dates and times are subject to change

Intro Public-Private Partnership (P3) Finance WebCourse

June 20—21, 2018, 12:00—5:00pm Eastern

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The Intro Public-Private Partnership (P3) Finance Course examines this emerging development finance model with a focus on how development finance agencies can adopt P3 principles to address a variety of projects. This course will cover basic P3 concepts, key players involved in transactions, asset valuation, contract negotiation, risk assessment, revenue stream development, and feasibility analysis. In addition, several P3 projects from across the country will be presented, and P3 experts will analyze the successful elements in each deal.

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For more information, go to PCPG courses & events webpage.

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